Half of Morrisons' shoppers are now taking the time to check the price of every item in their trolley, as the downturn forces consumers to become increasingly "professional" , the retailer has said.
Morrisons continues to deliver strong growth, with like-for-like sales up 2.4% for the 13 weeks to 30 October. Total sales excluding fuel were up 4.6% for the period, and the retailer claimed it had welcomed record numbers of shoppers, delivering growth ahead of the market.
Morrisons is championing its own credentials as a positive force in the fight to save our town centres, in a new report it submitted to Mary Portas' High Street Review.
Sign in to comment on this article
Not logged in before? Register for FREE guest access today.
You will be able to:
Delivering sustainable organic growth is an ongoing challenge for most businesses
Overall food and drink exports from the UK were down 4.4% to £12.3bn
Chichester Crown Court heard that contractor Bradley Watts was lagging pipes in the loft space of the company’s Chichester site when he was electrocuted in June
Site powered by Webvision Cloud